QCase

A new online civil case management system is coming soon.

The QCase portal will enable the legal profession, self-represented litigants, and other Magistrates Courts  users to securely file, view and manage their civil matters online. It will also be used for Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) minor debt matters heard at Magistrates Courts and in QCAT Brisbane.

QCase will allow users to:

  • commence an action by filing initiating documents and supporting documents online.
  • electronically file documents relating to existing matters.
  • monitor the progress of their matters online.
  • review and access sealed electronic versions of filed documents.

There is no administration fee for using QCase, however usual filing fees still apply.

Current availability

QCase will be launched in a staged approach, starting with QCAT Brisbane in February 2023. QCase will be available in all Magistrates Courts later in 2023.

Check back on this page to see when this new service is available at your local courthouse registry.

Get ready for QCase

When you visit QCase for the first time, it will ask you to login with either your myGovID or QGov account where you will need to prove your ‘digital identity’.

You can prepare for the release of QCase by ensuring you have either a myGovID or QGov account.

Find out more information or set up a myGovID at www.mygovid.gov.au.

Find out more information or set up a QGov account at https://identity.qld.gov.au.

Please note you can choose to link multiple QGov accounts.

Law firms and other companies/entities may apply to have an account set up where they can register their firm and manage their own staff and cases. More information, including when this functionality is available to set up, is coming soon.

Frequently Asked Questions

To learn more about QCase, view the Frequently Asked Questions.